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Related to knot together:
to tie something together in a knot.
Knot these strings together and trim the strings off the knot.
Are the ropes knotted together properly?
Quickly knot together the two loose ends!
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MEDICAL receptionist Teresa Lake, 41, and her 69-year-old mum Christine Moore decided to tie the
in their home county of Kent.
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But the sisters, of West Denton, Newcastle, who tied the
, could not let their happy day go by without their daily fix of all the news from home.
Sisters make the headlines
For the happy couples, though, the association won't end simply by tying the
Sisters marry at the double
What Thiel cuts apart he must be sure to
again; the paper must remain materially intact.
Stefan Thiel: Galerie Griedervonputtkamer
STEP 8: Take three silver beads and three jade beads, string them together alternately using the nylon fishing line,
to secure, cut the fishing line and leave to one side.
Blank canvas for a bootiful new look; Dig out your 80s tukka boots and give them a denim revamp
Text, icons and illustrations
in dense thickets of symbolic meaning.
`PRAYER BOOK'S' LATEST CHAPTER
Meanwhile the other girls were in a tight
, all cuddling like old friends.
TOUCH COURAGE; EXCLUSIVE Mirrorgirl Geraldine Comiskey cuddles up to strangers in a new party craze
Step 5: When you come to the end of your length of thread, just
another length and keep on going.
Chain reaction; From belts to bags, bracelets to skirts, we show you how to ring the changes with this season's hottest new brassy accessory
Certain works of art make their mark in history by breaking the thread of a tradition; others, perhaps more rare, endure because they are able to
Bertrand Lavier: Giulietta
knock the tar out of (someone)
knock the wind out of sails
knock them in the aisles
knock your/their/our heads together
knock yourself out
knock/talk some sense into somebody
knock/throw somebody for a loop
knockdown drag-out fight
knock-down, drag-out fight
knocking on heaven's door
know (one's) beans
know (one's) onions
know (one's) own mind
know (one's) place
know (one's) stuff
know (one's) way about
know (one's) way around
know (someone or something) by sight
know (someone or something) inside out
know (someone or something) like a book
know (someone or something) through and through
know (someone) in the biblical sense
know (something) backward
know (something) backward and forward
know (something) backwards
know (something) backwards and forwards
know (something) by heart
know (something) inside and out
know (something) like the back of (one's) hand
know (something) off pat
know a hawk from a handsaw
Knot Heads World Wide
knot her up
knot him up
knot it up
Knot Just Wood
knot me up
knot one up
Knot Quality Score
knot somebody up
knot someone up
knot something up
knot them up
knot us up
knot you up
knotless anchor suture
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